Part 1: Losing Woolfolk - How will the Michigan Wolverines D Compensate?

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Part 1: Losing Woolfolk - How will the Michigan Wolverines D Compensate?

This is the first of a two part series.

As we all know, cornerback, Troy Woolfok, Michigan’s most experienced cornerback, suffered an extremely unfortunate season-ending injury in practice.  He has since had successful surgery on his dislocated ankle and broken leg.  We can't wait to get him back next year.  Woolfolk was not only in phenomenal shape, he had also become Michigan’s most vocal leader.  It took major brass cajones for him to call out Tate Forcier at Big Ten media day.  Only someone who is truly 100% dedicated to The Team would risk the backlash that comes from some fans and media whenever you make such an unusual and bold move.  The entire Michigan family wishes Troy a complete and speedy recovery.

Woolfolk's injury leaves an already heavily depleted secondary one man thinner.  Prior to his injury, the Wolverines had already lost FIVE different 4-5 star players and recruits who could have made a major impact on the field in 2010.  Within the past 12 months, Boubackar Cissoco, Donovan Warren, Demar Dorsey, Adrian Witty, and JT Turner would have all been expected to see the field this year.  Now, they are all gone for a variety of reasons.

So let's take a good look, one position group at a time, at how Michigan will attempt to protect the young secondary.   

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